What is hartford of tx gnrl ag?

The credit card charge HARTFORD OF TX GNRL AG was first recorded on May 30, 2015. It has not been reported by any users.

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David Flournoy on June 20, 2016

It is a charge for a life insurance policy from Hartford Insurance Company. They only let you sign up with auto pay. If the charge is over 100.00 it is probably for two people ( usually a spouse)

David Flournoy on June 21, 2016

I need to correct my previous answer about this being life insurance. Mine is actually Auto Insurance. I signed up for auto pay when I bought the insurance, and it surprised me when I noticed the charge on my card the first time. After I got all excited about the charge, I finally realized what it was by logging onto my Hartford Account. Glad I didn't start yelling before I checked it out. I would have had my foot in my mouth :) Hope this helps answer the question.

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